When you were ten years old, you thought drawing on the walls was a way to express your creative impulses. Your parents? Not so much.
But no matter how old you are, there’s no reason to keep Jon Burgerman’s wallpaper pristine.
The British artist created a wall-sized roll of his drawings, only instead of filling them in with his trademark vivid colors, he kept the print black and white. Which means that you can decide which creatures should be pink, green spotted, red striped, or any other combo you can come up with.
In fact, Burgerman, who cites Keith Haring and Sarah Silverman as inspirations, wants you to doodle all over his doodles. Email him
a photo of your personalized wallpaper and he’ll send you back an envelope full of goodies. Not that that should be your sole reason for papering your wall—it’s all about creative impulses, right?
REBECCA WILLA DAVIS$59 at www.nineteenseventythree.com